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Weather Blog: Coastal Flood Threat Continues

By Justin Drabick

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — Post-Tropical Cyclone Hermine continues to remain a strong storm off the mid-Atlantic coast today.  The storm is about 100 miles farther east than expected, allowing for sunshine to break out across the region and allowing for a pleasant and dry finish to the Labor Day weekend. 190 more words

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Weather Blog: Hermine's Impacts Approaching

By Justin Drabick

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — Hermine is still a Tropical Storm and is moving East-Northeast off the North Carolina coast with 60 mph winds. Hermine will continue to track northeast off the mid-Atlantic coast today and then slow down during the day on Sunday. 202 more words

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Perseid Meteor Shower To Peak, Outburst Possible

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — The Perseid meteor shower takes place every August and will be peaking this Thursday night into Friday morning.  This year’s meteor shower is different because and outburst is possible, which means double the amount of meteors during the peak. 147 more words

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Weather Blog: Heat, Humidity & A Strawberry Moon Mark Start Of Summertime

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — Hot and more humid conditions are in the forecast and they arrive right on schedule, as Astronomical Summer officially arrives tonight.

The Summer Solstice, which occurs at 6:34 p.m. 125 more words

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WEATHER: Blizzard Warning In Effect Tonight As Winter Storm Moves In

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — The only change this morning to this storm is that it is moving a little faster and a slight shift farther northward. 335 more words

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Major Winter Storm Continues To Develop On Schedule

By Justin Drabick & Kate Bilo

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — Our major winter storm continues to develop on schedule, with just a few things to watch as we head toward the end of the week.The jet stream energy for this storm is now onshore and the actual storm will begin developing over the gulf coast on Thursday. 306 more words

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